Elephants for young and old
Your whole family is looking forward to coming to Asia – and likes to get to know these wonderful pachyderms?
Come and visit us – we will carefully take you and your children to the grey giants!
We have many years of experience in interaction between children and elephants and are always right beside you!
Since elephants are incredibly exciting and interesting, especially for children, parents would like to offer them something special like an excursion to our camp. Of course the following questions come up: Is my child too young for this adventure? Are the local conditions suitable for a child-friendly programm? What particularities should be considered as a family? What kind of support can the team of Elephant Special Tours offer? To answer these and similar questions we have set up a little brochure, which hopefully will clear the most important and most urgent issues. For further information, we are happy to be at your service via phone or e-mail:
FROM 3 YEARS ONWARDS
In general, children from 3 years onwards are suitable for the programs of Elephant Special Tours.
Just like our grown-up particiants, children get their “own” elephant for the duration of the tour. As an additional security, the elephant trainer (mahout) will take a seat right behind your child to be able to assist wherever necessary.
WHICH TOURS ARE SUITABLE?
The tours Education Trip – 3 days, Lovely Elephant Trip – 2 days, Elephant Bonding Tour, 5 days can be adjusted suitable for children. Due to the big share of cultural information, our Elephant Driver’s License is not suitable for children below 13 years.
IS THERE ANY DISCOUNT FOR CHILDREN?
Children below 13 years will get a discount of 30% for the price stated.
Please get in touch with us, if you have further questions:
25/05/2015 Read More
Before this three-day trip, I had had little to do with horses, let alone elephants. Thanks to Roger and his team of mahouts, I rapidly got used to being around these impressive animals and enjoyed riding “my own” Elephant, Mae Goeg I, for this period. My boys (4 and 6) also quickly overcome their reluctance and rode themselves (each one accompanied by a mahout), having lots of fun. My wife also appreciated the variety of the programme : small trips in the neighbourhood showed us a bit of the local life, i.e. a Karen village, an agricultural programme, a kindergarten.